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I'll be picking up my 18 300RR race edition next week and first thing I need to install is a spark arrestor. Sierra Moto lists a Q Stealth on their site but I believe its the full size, while I'm looking for the shorty. Also don't seem to see it on Betas website or anywhere else other than AOMC and I've heard some unsatisfactory things about them recently.

 

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